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Judith Babirye's twin parties

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Added 30th July 2018 05:46 PM

Babirye and her lover Paul Musoke Ssebulime hosted their guests at Las Vegas Hotel in Bunga, Makinndye, Kampala.

Judith Babirye's twin parties

Babirye and her lover Paul Musoke Ssebulime hosted their guests at Las Vegas Hotel in Bunga, Makinndye, Kampala.

What started as an introduction ceremony for Buikwe Woman MP Judith Babirye ended in a wedding ceremony on Saturday evening.

Babirye and her lover Paul Musoke Ssebulime hosted their guests at Las Vegas Hotel in Bunga, Makinndye, Kampala.

 

Despite being organized secretly, with invitees told to wait for phone calls on the introduction day in order to be told the venue, there were over 1,000 people who attended the party, including the Vice-President Edward SSekandi and many legislators.

 

The groom's side went straight into the hotel where they had prepared for them before they went to the tent.

When Babirye went inside the hotel to change, she returned wearing a gown and singing her new song, eno mbaga ya ddala, which she has composed for her partner.

 

She was ushered into the tent by a group of maids, including the daughter she had with her former husband, Samuel Niiwo.

She introduced all the children as hers, although reports indicate some are Musoke's. she introduced her dauther Nana, saying "Nana, this is your father, who will look after you." Musoke received Nana and hugged her, amid ululations.

 

She then called pastors Imelda Namutebi and Manjeri, who prayed for the rings before she put one on Musoke's finger.

 

The couple exchanged vows before Musoke dismissing that the woman who claimed he was her husband, saying any focused person is bound to be claimed by such people.

 

The couple, after serving cake to each other and their guests, signed a marriage certificate on which their parents and the matron signed.

The introduction ceremony was very short after which the function turned to more of a wedding ceremony.

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